- Reference 4.1. Allowing Remote Access
- Reference 4.2. Using the Next Steps Drawer
- Reference 4.3. Using Server Sidebar Elements
- Reference 4.4. Using the Manage Menu
- Reference 4.5. Using the Tools Menu
- Reference 4.6. Using Help
- Reference 4.7. Troubleshooting
- Exercise 4.1. Enable Screen Sharing And Remote Management
- Exercise 4.2. Explore the Next Steps Drawer
- Exercise 4.3. Configure the Service Data Volume
- Additional Resources
- Lesson Review
Reference 4.7. Troubleshooting
If your administrator computer does not have DNS records available for a remote server, you will not be able to authenticate to that server with the Server app.
On your server, do not delete the Server app or move the Server app from the Applications folder on your startup volume. If you do, you will see a dialog that all your services have stopped; when you reinstall OS X Server (or just move the Server app back into the Applications folder of the server’s startup volume), you will have the opportunity to reenter your Apple ID to renew your Apple Push Notification service certificates, and then your services will start again.
It is recommended that you do not change the name of your server’s startup volume, but if you do, you will need to restart your server to restart its services.